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Optamus Downsyde and Flewnt Hip Hop into Family Fun Day
Posted 10 January 2023 Optamus Downsyde and Flewnt Hip Hop into Family Fun Day

Renowned Western Australia Hip Hop masters Optamus Downsyde and Flewnt will be coming to the Nannup Family Fun Day on 17 January. Young people aged 12- 17 years are welcome to join in on the Hip Hop workshop on the day.

NANNUP SINGS THE WARDANDI SONG
Photo Credit: Isolated Photography
Posted 10 January 2023 NANNUP SINGS THE WARDANDI SONG

The Shire of Nannup, through their journey towards reconciliation, are working with local First Nations people in creating the Wardandi-language song writing project. The project will tell the Wardandi stories through a modern sound and will be hosted in Nannup. Nannup is known as the “Stopping Place” in the local Noongar language.

Experience Nannup, the new mobile visitor information
Posted 06 January 2023 Experience Nannup, the new mobile visitor information

Experience Nannup the new mobile application for visitor information has all the things to see an do while visiting Nannup. The mobile application is simple to use with GPS location and interactive maps. Downloadable from any app store or go to www.experiencenannupwa.com.au for more information.

Native Forest Transition Industry and Community Development Programs -
Photo Credit: Frances Andrijich
Posted 09 November 2022 Native Forest Transition Industry and Community Development Programs - the Small Business Development and Diversification Fund – is now open

The Small Business Development and Diversification (SBDD) grants will be offered via two funding rounds, with the first round open from Friday 4 November 2022 to Tuesday 31 January 2023. * Applications for $15 million Small Business Development and Diversification program open Friday, 4 November * Small businesses with links to the native forest industry can apply for grants of up to $400,000 * Grants to help businesses remain open, and invest in job creation through diversification, expansion, and innovation

Election Reform - 2022 Ward and Representation Review
Posted 02 November 2022 Election Reform - 2022 Ward and Representation Review

Council elected to undertake a 'voluntary pathway' to electoral reform. To do this the Shire is required to complete a ward and representation review. This is a process that the Shire is required to complete and advertise for public consultation, however, is not able to change any components as a result of the submissions as the changes have been instructed and enforced by the Minister for Local Government. 

2023 Citizen of the Year Award
Posted 28 October 2022 2023 Citizen of the Year Award

Nominations are now open for the 2023 Citizen of the Year Award

Visit Police Academy
Posted 11 October 2022 Visit Police Academy

A wonderful opportunity for our Nannup Youths to experience the Police Academy.

Notice of Mitigation Works within the Shire of Nannup
Posted 30 June 2022 Notice of Mitigation Works within the Shire of Nannup

Our State on a Plate
Posted 20 June 2022 Our State on a Plate

Our State on a Plate showcases Western Australia's leading primary producers, telling their story and the hard work behind creating the State's best produce, in addition to showcasing food events, farmers markets and anywhere that food is celebrated and enjoyed in WA.

Nannup Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park officially opens.
Photo Credit: Daniela Tommasi Photography
Posted 27 May 2022 Nannup Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park officially opens.

On Friday 13 May the Shire of Nannup together with its partners, Forest Products Commission (FPC) and the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) celebrated the opening of the much anticipated Nannup Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park. Nannup is fast becoming a world-class destination for cycling. The official opening was attended by more than 60 delegates from the local community, government and tourism sector. Local Wadandi Pibulmun Menang elder, Sandra Hill performed the Welcome to Country. Sandra, a cultural custodian of the land shared the story from the Wadandi people and the meaning of the word Nannup as the stopping place.

Special Electors Meeting 31 March 2022 - Vaccination Mandates
Posted 11 April 2022 Special Electors Meeting 31 March 2022 - Vaccination Mandates

The minutes of the Special Electors Meeting held on 31st March 2022 are now available for public viewing.

Nannup Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park
Photo Credit: Daniela Tommasi Photography
Posted 04 March 2022 Nannup Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park

The Shire of Nannup, in collaboration with the Department of Biodiversity Conservation & Attractions, Forest Products Commission and the Nannup Mountain Bike Club are pleased to announce that the public can access Stage 1 & 2 of the trail network at the Nannup Tank 7 Mountain Bike Park.

Nannup’s 26th Citizen of the Year Awards
Posted 10 February 2022 Nannup’s 26th Citizen of the Year Awards

We are all part of the story. Reflect. Respect. Celebrate. On Wednesday 26 January more than 250 members of the community of Nannup came together at Foreshore Park and shared a meal to celebrate community spirit and celebrated the achievements of the outstanding contribution towards community life in Nannup.

Living with Emu's - Art Sculpture installation
Posted 10 January 2022 Living with Emu's - Art Sculpture installation

The Living with Emus was a project in partnership with the Road Safety Commission. This project enabled the creation of a large emu sculpture from wrecked car parts which encouraged open dialogue with Nannup students approaching driving age, regarding road safety and causes of crashes, focusing on crashes caused by wildlife in our region.

Nannup the new Trail Town for the South West
Posted 07 May 2021 Nannup the new Trail Town for the South West

The Shire of Nannup has been a recipient of the Federal funding through the Regional Recovery Partnerships. The Australian Government has committed $100 million over two years to fund Regional Recovery Partnerships. The Partnerships will coordinate investments with all levels of government to support recovery and growth in 10 regions across Australia, delivering jobs and economic diversification.

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